It isn’t conservative populists who need to do the soul searching in the wake of Trump’s defeat. It is the libertarians who need to decide what they want to do when they grow up.
With the right leadership, California can be transformed within a few short years. That is what the campaign to recall Gavin Newsom provides the opportunity to do.
In today’s upside-down political culture, moderate centrism has become stigmatized as extremism.
This is what we can expect from Biden’s financialized economy, ascendant now over Trump’s productivity economy.
Americans who voted for Trump for all the right reasons should take heart from what is happening in the Golden State. Broad new coalitions are possible. California shows how.
Libertarians like spoiler Senate candidate Shane Hazel fail to appreciate that America can be just as thoroughly dominated by big corporations and powerful oligarchs as it can be by big government.
The powers that be are alienating millions and millions of people. Every time they tell another lie, or silence another voice, the number grows.
Eric Garcetti’s homelessness policies are destroying Los Angeles and provide a window into the way the donor class uses “woke” compassion to enrich themselves.
Americans who supported President Trump’s policies on trade, energy and the environment, immigration, foreign policy, deregulation, education, and free speech are in a fight for their lives.
Ultimately, the purveyors of this study have provided us another place to look for the good guys. That was certainly not their intention, but we thank them for their service.
Progressive ideology today is a perverted inversion of everything it once stood for.
The path to the hearts of people on the Left is not to strike back at them with all the vitriol they’ve directed at people on the Right.
At least conservatives are allowed to be colorblind. Not so with the progressives.
The Kamala Harris vision, and the Silicon Valley agenda it represents, will not liberate the people of the world, nor will it save the planet. Instead it promises a legacy of destruction and decline.
When scope insensitivity is endemic and unchallenged, who wins? In America the winners are its ruling class: billionaires, multinational corporations, and their enablers, advocates and facilitators.
When concentrations of wealth in the private sector render the public sector “monopoly” impotent, you’re looking at a paradigm shift. And new paradigms generate new politics.
Unions in the United States should reassess their political allegiances.
The corporate elites that did everything they could to destroy Bernie Sanders in the primaries and Donald Trump in the general election have installed a president who is a transparent sham.
Until Californians can recognize that they don’t have to live like serfs, the green tyrants will reign supreme in the golden state. Will the nation follow suit?